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Ukrainian military says 7,000 Russians killed, 86 tanks destroyed last week

In the past 24 hours alone, Ukrainian forces have reportedly eliminated nearly 1,200 Russian soldiers, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
A Ukrainian soldier. Photo: the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine via Facebook
Ukrainian military says 7,000 Russians killed, 86 tanks destroyed last week

From November 13 to 19, Ukrainian forces destroyed over 7,000 Russian soldiers, dozens of tanks, and one aircraft, as reported by Deputy Minister of Defense Oleksandr Pavlyuk.

Pavlyuk stated that the Russian military suffered major losses of equipment, including nearly 185 artillery systems, around 94 combat armored vehicles, 17 rocket artillery systems, and 8 air defense systems.

Photo: screenshot from the Pavlyuk’s post on Telegram

On 18 November alone, according to data from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Ukrainian military destroyed 1,190 Russian soldiers, 13 tanks, and around 25 combat armored vehicles.

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